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, this thing is not going to go well, folks. >> the speaker of the house, john boehner's office, said they hope the president doesn't drag the debate to the left and disrupt the difficult work congress has ahead. >>brian: let's talk about where the rubber hits the road with the president and congress. the senate, the house coming out with their version and it is on border patrol. i don't think senator schumer necessarily agrees with senator rubio but for the most part they're singing out of the same hymn book. if the president says don't worry about the border. we have border crossings down 80% since 2000. we put drones and electronics up there, that's okay. i think that is where there is going to be major friction. if i were the president i would not want amnesty or pathway if the border is not secure. >>steve: look what happened last time, 1986 when ronald reagan signed simpson m i is soli that created amnesty but didn't secure the borders. what happened? millions came here. the worry is unless you fix the border this time, millions more. charles krauthammer addressed us with o'reilly last ni
the testimony, we had it largely here on the channel yesterday. here he is tangling with john mccain over the troop surge in iraq which mr. hagel opposed. >> if you would like me to explain why -- >> i actually would like an answer. yes or no? >> i'm not going to give you a yes or no. i think it's far more complicated that, as i've said. my answer is i'll defer that judgment to history. >> i think history has already made a judgment about the surge, sir, and you're on the wrong side of it. >> do i think it is right that israel was committing a, quote, sickening slaughter as you said on the floor of the senate? >> i would like to read all of it, what i said. first, i said many, many times, senator, every nation has a right to defend itself. >> do you think a sickening slaughter would constitute a war crime? >> no. depends on, they were attacked. depends on many factors. >> why do you think that the iranian foreign ministry so strongly supports your nomination to be the secretary of defense? >> i have a difficult enough time with american politics, and, senator, i have no idea. but thank yo
? it was a shock to them. senator john thune yesterday tweeted after jay carney blamed the house democrats. -- house republicans. he says white house secretary blames g.o.p. for economy while pushing higher taxes. what planet do these guys live on? former representative alan west was on greta van susteren last night. this is his observation on the mess. >> it is a circular firing squad. i think that's what you're talking about. in that case nobody wins, especially the american people don't win who are looking for leaders who can sit down and analyze the situation and come up with solutions. einstein said the definition of insanity is to continue to do the exact same thing and look for different results. what really concerns me is how the federal reserve is going to try to step in and stimulate the economy to the tune right now of about $85 billion that they're printing to try to buy up our own debt and our treasury bonds so they can stimulate the economy that way. >>brian: i have a personal story that could help clarify this. when i first got my car, i used to stare at engines and said i d
. >> as much as we like and respect john bolton his nomination would have been invalid. the vacancy says the nomination must arise during the recess and filled during the recess. >>brian: how outrageous is it, we go by the rulings to have the white house ignore the rulings? why don't we start ignoring the white house? >> that is a very serious issue. the national labor relations board does not have a valid number of people on it. therefore, everything they have done with these two people on it, everything they continue to do is invalid and the white house is doing nothing about it. >>brian: if the corporations start ignoring the white house's rules. >> very serious problem and great question when the government breaks its own laws. when the government breaks its own laws, the country becomes lawless and people think they can break the laws. when the government decides what to obey and disobey -- >>brian: in your opinion, what breaks this deadlock? >> if the supreme court affirms what the appeals court did that will end it with finality and there is nothing the white house can do about it
of that attack, did that interview really offer the real answers for them or was it politics? john cornyn of texas joins us now live on the curvy couch. good to see you. >> good morning. >> gretchen: i'm sure you saw the interview. the fist half talked just about their friendship. i was like, i hope they ask about libya. after the commercial break, they did talk about benghazi. were the answers sufficient for you? >> it seems like this is more of a pr initiative than an effort to get to the bottom of things. i know i watched the hearings some months after the incident and secretary clinton said, what's the big deal here? or words to that effect. the big deal is four americans lost their lives. we ought to be about trying to figure out how do preprevent that from happening again and how do we hold the people who were responsible accountable? >> steve: sure. do you think we're ever going to get to the bottom of this? >> i hope our friends in the house of representatives will not let this go and will get to the bottom of it. it's important to our national security. it's important to protect
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